• The 2015 Literary Fauxscars

    The 2015 Literary Fauxscars

  • "A Fitting Costume to Our Last Act:” Mary Shelley's Alpine Redemption

    Mary Shelley's Alpine Redemption

  • Hemingway snow

    Following Hemingway's Tracks in the Snow

  • Alaska

    A Harry Potter State of Mind in Winter Alaska

  • Traveling With Empathy:  Cambodia

    Traveling With Empathy: Cambodia


    Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Great Scottish Road Trip

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    Finding Balance in Bali

  • In Search of the Goddess in Ireland

    Seeking the Sacred and Profane in Kildare, Ireland

  • Photograph by Alan Levine

    A Tender Evening in JR Moehringer’s “The Tender Bar”

  • One True Sentence

    Literary Traveler: One True Sentence

Latest Articles

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“A Fitting Costume to Our Last Act:” Mary Shelley’s Alpine Redemption

by Danielle Pearson When Mary Shelley looked at the Alps, she did not see mountains, lakes and trees. Instead, she […]

Hemingway in the Snow

The Importance of Empathy: Walking in Loung Ung’s Footsteps in Cambodia

Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Great Scottish Road Trip

Finding Balance in Bali: Anaïs Nin’s Message for the Island of Gods

Latest Tours


COLOMBIA: A Paradise Where Reality and Magic Blur

Destination:  Colombia Dates: February 28–March 11, 2015 (11 nights) For more information on this trip please contact Literary Traveler. 1-855-LIT-TRVL Readings: Chronicle […]

Po’boys and Naughty Girls in N’awlins – The Land of Dreamy Dreams that Defies “Objective” Reality

ALONG THE MIGHTY MEKONG: Cambodia and Vietnam



From the Blog

What’s Your One True Sentence? We want to know what has inspired you.

What’s Your One True Sentence? We want to know what has inspired you.

“All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.” – Ernest Hemingway We have just launched something spe[...]
Thoughts from the First Day of Toronto Pursuits 2014

Thoughts from the First Day of Toronto Pursuits 2014

Guest Post by Ann Kirkland of Classical Pursuits The first full day of Toronto Pursuits was a great success. It was great to see and meet some of the [...]

Latest Book Reviews

Gone Girl

Gone Girl: What’s Lost in Translation and Does it Matter?

By Wesley Sharer When I think of my wife I always think of her head. I picture cracking her lovely […]

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The 2015 Literary Fauxscars: And the Nominees are…

By Amanda Festa Award show season is here again, and while the Academy Awards has its merits, one “Best Adapted […]


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Dispatches from Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic

by Patrick Darcey I traced her scars with the tips of my fingers, wiping cement powder on my dark pant […]

Book of Kells Hay Festival Literary Travel

Festival Season Preview: The Hay Festival Returns to Kells

by G.J. Schear Kells. The very name suggests books. One of the most famous in the world, The Book of […]


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10 Gifts for the Literary Traveler in Your Life

by Katy Kelleher From quirky stocking stuffers to grandiose globes, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite finds in our […]


IPEVO SuperCharger: The Multi-Tasking Traveler’s New Best Friend

By Antoinette Weil We at Literary Traveler worship books, and as such I don’t think any of us would admit […]


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A Creative Retreat at Mirbeau Inn & Spa

In early November, the Literary Traveler staff headed out for a retreat. We wanted to refresh our minds, to open […]

The Library Hotel, NYC

The Library Hotel: Literary Luxury in New York City

By Amanda Festa Hotels belong to no one and everyone. They are temporary resting places, providing transient comfort when we […]